Managing Director & Senior Partner
Tjun Tang joined Boston Consulting Group in 2001. He is a member of the firm’s Insurance, Financial Institutions, and Technology, Media & Telecommunications practices, and he is the global leader for life insurance.
Since joining BCG, Tjun has advised clients on major strategic business and operating model transformations. He has led strategy development, mergers and acquisitions, and functional-capability development across the Asia-Pacific region. His focus is on working with clients on new digital business models and digital innovation, as well as launching new ventures.
Tjun has coauthored many BCG publications—including the firm’s Future of Life Insurance Distribution, Global Wealth, Global Asset Management, and Creating Value in Banking reports—as well as numerous reports on financial-sector transformation in China.
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